Designed and built by the Mountain Man firm from Bozeman, MT, the chairs are valued at over $5,500. With a bi-ski, individuals sit in a bucket-style seat riding on two skis and use either handheld or fixed outriggers with tethers. Teton Adaptive president Gil Hundley and frequent Targhee mono-skier Colin Dye presented the equipment to Ski and Snowboard School Director Mark Hanson. "Their generosity is so instrumental in getting our adaptive program solidly off the ground," said Hanson. "We're now well on our way to building a broad stable of equipment as well as trained staff and volunteers to accommodate adaptive students."